Dustin Morrow, MD

Medical School
Pennsylvania State University College of Medicine

Residency Training
Duke University Medical Center

Fellowship Training
Palmetto Richland Health (Ultrasound)

Dr. Morrow was raised in Tennessee, but because both of his parents are from the Greenville area, he spent all summers and holidays in the area. He moved back home to Greenville in 2016 to help better integrate bedside ultrasound into emergency medicine and Prisma Health.

He is the Division Chief for Emergency Ultrasound and the Director of Ultrasound Education at the USCSOMG. He attended medical school at Penn State College of Medicine where he met his wife and Prisma Health Hospitalist Dr. Julia Cupp. He completed residency at Duke University and Fellowship at Palmetto Health / USC in Emergency Medicine Ultrasound. 

His interests are podcast creation, asynchronous learning, development of free and open access medical education (FOAMed) about point of care ultrasound (POCUS), and medical student POCUS competency research. He is actively involved in development of curriculum in the medical school, Prisma Health POCUS Policy, interdepartmental education recruitment of POCUS experts, and in creation of novel ultrasound and procedural trainers in his spare time.